Micro Organisms Associated With The Palms Of Fish Handlers In Oko, Orumba North L.G.A Anambra State
According to Mader, (2001), fishes are aquatic, gill-breathing vertebrates that usually have fins and skin covered with scales.
Also, Taylor, Green and Stout, (2002), defined fish as a variety cold-blooded vertebrate animal that lives in fresh and salt water, they breathe through the gills and use fins and tail for swimming. Continue reading Micro Organisms Associated With The Palms Of Fish Handlers
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE ASH AND MOISTURE CONTENTS OF RIPE AND UN-RIPE PLANTAIN (Musa Paradisiaca)
The results of the ash and moisture contents, of ripe and unripe plantain showed that ripe plantain had 57% of moisture and 10% of ash contents. Also unripe plantain had moisture content of 50% and 10% ash contents. Meanwhile, both ripe and unripe plantain had comparatively high moisture contents, but the moisture content of ripe plantain was slightly higher by 7%. Also, the ash content of ripe plantain is higher than that of unripe plantain by 5%. Continue reading COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE ASH AND MOISTURE CONTENTS OF RIPE AND UN-RIPE PLANTAIN (Musa Paradisiaca)
MICRO ORGANISMS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PALMS OF FISH HANDLERS IN OKO, ORUMBA NORTH L.G.A ANAMBRA STATE
Studies on the micro organisms associated with the palms of fish handlers in Oko, Orumba North Local government Area of Anambra state was carried out. Five (5) samples were collected by swabbing the palms of five (5) different fish handlers and swabs placed in sterile containers of distilled water and cultured Continue reading MICRO ORGANISMS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PALMS OF FISH HANDLERS
CAUSES OF DIABETES MELLITUS AMONG COCIN CLERGIES AND ITS EFFECTS: CASE STUDY OF COCIN PCC JOS.
This project is a case study of COCIN PCC Jos on the causes of DIABETES MELLITUS AMONG COCIN CLERGIES AND IT’S EFFECT. The intervention of the project is to identify the causes, effect; treatment and management of Diabetes Mellitus among COCIN Clergies in Jos PCC. Health is paramount in the life of COCIN Clergies. The Clergies cannot succeed without being in a good state of Health. Continue reading CAUSES OF DIABETES MELLITUS AMONG COCIN CLERGIES AND ITS EFFECTS